Intelligence Liaison Officer Course

When:  Oct 24, 2017 from 10:00 AM to 3:30 PM (CT)
Associated with  Training & Certification

Certified for Continuing Education for Public Safety Communications.  ALL attendees must register to attend the course.

ILO Training Announcement – Greene Co-Spfld 10-24-17

The Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC) has an Intelligence Liaison Officer program that we offer to our statewide partners.  We are presenting this free POST-certified training in Springfield, Missouri, on October 24, 2017, from 10:00a.m. until 3:30p.m.  The training is hosted by the Greene County Office of Emergency Management.  This training is ideal for Fire, Emergency Management, EMS, Law Enforcement, Health, Education, Private/Government partners, and ANYONE with homeland security responsibilities.  Our objective is to build a network of ILOs from various disciplines to detect, deter, report, and respond to terrorist and criminal threats in the State of Missouri. Remember, EVERYONE, not just law enforcement officials, has a responsibility for Homeland Security.   Please see the attachment for more information.

Some responsibilities of an ILO are as follows, but are not limited to: • The ILO is to help identify terrorism related situations and share intelligence related to terrorist activity. • The ILO should serve as the point-of-contact within their agencies for questions and information regarding terrorism, and terrorism-related tips and leads. • An ILO is to have a working relationship with the MIAC to help facilitate the movement of criminal and terror related information to and from field personnel. Related topics to be discussed during this session include: • The role of the MIAC • Expectations of an ILO • Steps of Terrorism • Terrorism Indicators • Asset Protection/Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources • Suspicious Activity Reporting

To register, or for more information, please contact ILO Coordinator Dan Hoerschgen at 866-362-6422 or email at ILO@MSHP.DPS.MO.GOV


Springfield-Greene County Emergency Services Center
Springfield, MO


Dan Hoerschgen